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Chronological account
Derbe (Phenice) moesta Westwood, 1851 previous combination of Phenice moesta (Westwood, 1851) according to Walker (1852): 1138
Assamia dentata Buckton, 1896 synonym of Phenice moesta (Westwood, 1851) according to Melichar (1903): 54
Phenice moesta (Westwood, 1851) previous combination of Proutista moesta (Westwood, 1851) according to Kirkaldy (1907): 7
Proutista maculosa (Krüger, 1897) synonym of Proutista moesta (Westwood, 1851) according to Kirkaldy (1907): 7
Thracia albipes Walker, 1870 synonym of Proutista moesta (Westwood, 1851) according to Muir (1918): 174
Phenice maculosa Krüger, 1897 previous combination of Proutista maculosa (Krüger, 1897)
Use(s) (chresonymy)
Derbe downesii Westwood, 1903 nomen nudum of Phenice moesta (Westwood, 1851) according to Metcalf (1945): 22
Distribution map: extant taxa
Opacity 30%
Data accuracy
Level 4
Levels 1, 2 and 3
(TDWG standard) GBIF occurrences
Geographical distribution
Caroline Islands  according to  Fennah (1956): 131
India (Kerala)  according to  Edwin & Mohankumar (2007): 560
Indonesia (Jawa)  according to  Muir (1913): 74, Melichar (1914): 97
Indonesia (Kalimantan)  according to  Muir (1913): 74
Indonesia (Maluku: Ambon)  according to  Muir (1913): 74
Indonesia (Sulawesi)  according to  Muir (1913): 74
Indonesia (Sumatra)  according to  Muir (1923): 175
Indonesia (Western New Guinea) (Irian Jaya)  according to  Van Stalle (1990): 105
Malaysia (peninsula)  according to  Muir (1913): 74
Palau  according to  Fennah (1956): 131
Philippines (Luzon)  according to  Muir (1917)
Philippines (Mindoro)  according to  Muir (1917)
Seychelles  according to  Holzinger et al. (2008): 121
Taiwan  according to  Yang & Wu (1993)
Tanzania  according to  Wilson (1987)
United States of America (Mariana islands)  according to  Fennah (1956): 131
Biological interactions
Host-plant
Cocos nucifera L. L. (Arecales, Arecaceae) according to Edwin & Mohankumar (2007): 560
Parasitism: parasitoid
Candidatus Phytoplasma palmae [Palm lethal yellowing - 16srIV-A] (Bacteria, Mollicutes, Acholeplasmatales, Acholeplasmataceae) according to Edwin & Mohankumar (2007): 560